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Co-ops in JH that are pet friendly

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JH3525:
Suzie.  I have an idea the building you're referring to that stopped allowing dogs many years ago.  Does this building have 145 units built in 1946 and is in the 80's?   If this is the building, I'm hoping that you and others can reverse this decision.

Minimal4me:

--- Quote from: JH3525 on December 14, 2020, 01:41:27 PM ---Suzie.  I have an idea the building you're referring to that stopped allowing dogs many years ago.  Does this building have 145 units built in 1946 and is in the 80's?   If this is the building, I'm hoping that you and others can reverse this decision.

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I have an idea of the building you're referring to. There are already (at least) two comfort dogs in this building, so there's a precedent there. There were three but one moved.

JH3525:
Minimal4me:  The building I was referring to is the Carlton House at 3441 85th St.  The Board established the "No Dog" policy about 15 years ago.   

CaptainFlannel:
I'm in a pet friendly coop, and our House Rules mostly cover dogs, but I know we have owners with cats and parrots. The rules are basically what you would expect - your dog can't be left to bark all day long, keep the dog on a leash at all times, don't let the dog in the landscaping (our board is particularly nasty and fined a shareholder who distractedly didn't notice that her tiny little dog peed on a fence rather than just sending a notice to remind the shareholder of the rule), owner is financially responsible for any damage your pet causes the coop, etc. We are expected to register pets iand have an emergency contact on file and dogs have to be up on their vaccinations.

I heard there was talk maybe a decade ago about going pet-free, but people who buy in to a pet-friendly coop would be more likely to want the option of getting a pet in the future even if they don't currently have one, and I think making that change (which I guess is just a house rule) would probably lead to board members who voted in favor of changing the rules being voted out.

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